Dog friendly hotels Angus
Dog friendly hotels in Angus give you the perfect, convenient location for exploring Angus, Dundee, the River Tay and beyond. Steeped in the breathtaking scenery and sandy white beaches, Angus is a fabulous place to visit with your pooch. Set within walking distance of Dundee, your family can explore the city from our dog friendly hotel options.
Angus is the perfect place for a family getaway with the beach close by and Angus Glens or Lunan Bay for exploring the great outdoors.
- ScotlandSituated in the grounds of Old Montrose House, the owners’ home, next to the Montrose Basin Nature Reserve, are these five holiday properties offering high quality accommodation close to each other, yet totally separate.
The Stables (ref UK11108) is a luxurious, detached conversion on two levels with a high spec finish and chic furnishings. Beautifully renovated and lovingly restored, it combines traditional cottage ambience with contemporary style, and features a walk-around gallery in the centre of the building above the living room.
The Old Gasworks Building (ref UKC2272) is a delightful, detached cottage, which has been built on a historic site, and provides a very stylish and comfortable holiday home.
Gardener’s Cottage (ref UKC3040) is a gorgeous, upside-down, detached cottage which was formerly the head gardener’s house in times past. Furnished with style and flair, this quirky cottage is wonderfully situated in a secluded spot in the grounds, with a private sunny garden and patio off the main bedroom where you can soak up the sun in peace.
Grieve’s Cottage (ref UK11107) is a little gem – a tastefully furnished and spacious, one bedroomed cottage with an open plan living space on the ground floor and a spacious bedroom with sumptuous bed and en-suite shower room on the first floor.
The Garden Room (ref UK34071) is an absolutely stunning conversion of the original potting shed and offers a unique holiday experience. One half of the property is taken up with an enormous conservatory, stylishly designed and furnished to complement the garden surroundings, while the other half houses a high-quality kitchen, shower room and double bedroom.
All guests have access to the owners’ large enclosed walled garden, hard tennis court and small putting green. The idyllic peaceful surroundings are complemented by a structured walled garden and other features, including a rose garden intersected by pathways to meander through and stop to enjoy the scents of summer.
Just a short drive from the centre of Montrose, this is an ideal base from which to explore an area that is rich in culture, wildlife and heritage. Montrose sits on a peninsula between the South and North Esk rivers. The magnificent sandy beach, golf courses and links area are very popular with tourists, as well as additional leisure facilities including tennis courts, bowling greens and parks. There are plenty of good cycle routes around the cottage and throughout the area, and for golfers there are over 30 courses within an hour’s drive, including the championship courses of Carnoustie and St Andrews. Excellent beaches including Lunan Bay, Arbroath and St Cyrus are nearby and are ideal for surfing or enjoying a barbecue. Fishing can also be found within easy reach. Beach 3½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 3½ miles.
The Stables (ref UK11108), The Old Gasworks Building (ref UKC2272), Gardener’s Cottage (ref UKC3040), Grieve’s Cottage (ref UK11107) and The Garden Rooms (ref UK34071) can be booked together to accommodate up to 20 guests.£69From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brechin, ScotlandSituated on a bank of the South Esk this stunning house, with recently upgraded Wi-Fi, is a wonderful place for multi generation celebration parties of up to ten adults and four children. Sorry no hot tubs, stag or hen parties allowed but adult groups of walkers, golfers, fishermen and those keen to explore all that Angus has to offer are most welcome as well as up to two well behaved dogs.
On the ground floor one end of the L shaped living area has a well equipped kitchen, a breakfast bar and a large dining table. Next to this is the atrium which is divided from the television area by a double sided wood burning stove; the chairs in the former can be stacked to make a large play space. There is also a shower room and an utility area with a washing machine and storage with extra kitchen equipment. The playroom is full of toys for small children and has an air hockey table and exercise bike for older ones. A good selection of books, games and puzzles to suit all tastes is spread around the house. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with king size beds, and a third with two singles, as well as a bathroom and a separate shower room. There is also a drawing room either for those wishing a bit of peace and quiet or for a cosy get together for adults in the evening. The second floor has another two bedrooms with king size beds which have the possibility of having two full sized single beds made up in each one. There is also a bathroom on this floor. Up to three cots can be provided at no extra charge as well as everything a baby could possibly need.
The garden has separate areas. In front of the house is a good spot for the barbecue convenient for the large table with a parasol. This has uninterrupted views of the river as it is separated from the field beyond by a ha ha with steps down to the lower level. There is a raised area behind the house for enjoying the views up and down the river and a large enclosed play area with swings, slide, large trampoline, playhouse and sandpit for smaller children. For older ones there are Ninja and slack lines, a football net and rebounder, badminton set, boules, Molke and a swing ball to name but a few of the activities to be found. Team games and obstacle courses are very popular amongst our guests. Dark skies make it an ideal place for star gazing.
Angus has enough variety to suit every taste from its beautiful hills, beaches, salmon rivers, trout lakes, golf courses, gin and whisky distilleries and adventure parks galore as well as its many indoor attractions. If art and culture appeal to you Dundee, Perth and Aberdeen all have museums, art galleries and theatres as well as many good restaurants. Glamis castle, where the late Queen mother was born, is a popular attraction as are the several National Trust properties within easy reach. Crathes and Drum castles are only an hour away over the Cairn o’ Mount which must be one of the most beautiful drives in Scotland. Although secluded the house is only 3/4 of a mile from the Drover’s inn, an excellent pub and restaurant, and 5 miles from Kirriemuir the birthplace of J M Barrie. If golf is your sport a course can be found there as well as ones in Brechin, Edzel, Forfar and at Carnoustie. Fishing rights do not belong to the house and permits must be booked well in advance from Inshewan Estates for the beat below the house, Finavon Castle Fishings further down the river or Cortachy for the beat above. An email with places of interest is sent out to people before they come to stay and there is a large selection of leaflets about local attractions to be found in the house.
Please note: There is a £200 good housekeeping bond on this property to be paid direct to the owner before arrival which will be refunded once the house has been checked; usually on the day of departure.£239From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brechin, ScotlandThis gorgeous detached cottage is situated in the peaceful hamlet of Guthrie, in the heart of the beautiful Angus countryside. A brilliant choice for memorial holidays with family and friends and nestling in between Guthrie Castle and the ancient medieval church, it is in an ideal location for many activities available in the area.
Lovingly renovated, this listed building was once the old post office and smithy, and now combines a high level of comfort with modern amenities, without sacrificing its charming character. New for 2021 is a wonderful games room with retro pinball machine, pool table and table football ( pinball and table football are coin operated) . The open plan living area is supplemented by a second sitting room with kingsize sofa bed, offering additional sleeping in real comfort. Outside, there is a lovely sitting area at the front, and a spacious fully enclosed garden at the rear with patio and barbecue, ideal for outdoor dining.
An area of stunning contrasts, in the quiet rural surroundings of the Angus countryside, it makes a perfect location for walking, golf, cycling, fishing and even tracing your ancestry. There are numerous activities on the doorstep, the Angus Glens offer easy and more challenging walking, and there are great golf courses at Carnoustie, Edzell and Brechin. Superb beaches can be found at Montrose and Lunan Bay, just a short drive away, and the Pictish Stones are nearby for which the area is renowned. Glamis Castle is well worth a visit and offers a selection of events throughout the year, whilst Arbroath is of course home to the Arbroath Smokie, so you can sample the real thing during your visit. Travel a little further afield to St Andrews, Dundee or Perth, and enjoy their numerous facilities. Beach 8 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£343From price per night based on 7 night stay
- ScotlandThe Shepherd’s Hut is a wonderful choice for those looking to escape and enjoy life in peaceful surroundings, with wide open countryside just a short stroll away. The property has been equipped with all modern comforts with the added luxury of a private hot tub and fire pit to enjoy after a day out in the countryside.
Situated next to, but totally private from its neighbour The Steading (UK5834), each can be booked together to accommodate families or couples, and each lovingly furnished, enjoying the same attention to detail. Located just 4 miles from the centre of Montrose and a couple of miles from the nearest shop and pub, there is plenty to discover in the area. Glorious sandy beaches in Montrose, Lunan Bay or St Cyrus are wonderful for bracing walks or playing in the sand.
Montrose Basin is a renowned nature reserve and wildlife centre and in the winter, thousands of pink-footed geese make a spectacular sight taking off in the early morning to feed in the surrounding countryside. Away from the coast are the Angus Glens which form the foothills of the Grampian Mountains, with myriad walks and trails to be discovered. Golf, tennis and a leisure pool are in the town itself, or further afield the cities of Dundee and Aberdeen are almost equi-distant and have plenty of shops, eateries and theatres for an alternative day out. Beach 3 miles. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 2½ miles.
This property can be booked together with The Steading (UK5834) to accommodate up to 4 guests.£49From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brechin, ScotlandWelcome to Glen Clova, a picturesque haven nestled in the heart of Angus, Scotland. This enchanting destination offers the perfect escape for nature lovers and those seeking tranquillity amidst breathtaking landscapes. Located near Kirriemuir, Glen Clova is the epitome of Scottish charm, boasting a holiday home that promises a truly memorable experience.
Situated in a prime location, the holiday home in Glen Clova offers awe-inspiring views of the surrounding scenery. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Angus Glens as you gaze upon rolling hills, dense forests, and majestic mountains. The ever-changing colours of the landscape, from vibrant greens in summer to fiery reds and golds in autumn, create a captivating backdrop for your stay. Explore the great outdoors with an abundance of activities at your doorstep. Embark on exhilarating hikes along the Glen Clova Trail, immersing yourself in the untamed wilderness and encountering diverse wildlife along the way. For a more leisurely adventure, take a scenic drive through the glen, marvelling at the panoramic vistas at every turn. Nature enthusiasts will find solace in Glen Doll Forest, a captivating woodland bursting with flora and fauna. Discover hidden waterfalls, enjoy a picnic by the babbling streams, or simply unwind in the peaceful surroundings. Keep an eye out for red squirrels, golden eagles, and red deer that call this area home.
History buffs can visit nearby Kirriemuir, the birthplace of acclaimed Scottish author J.M. Barrie. Explore the fascinating Kirriemuir Museum and learn about the town’s rich heritage. For a touch of romance, venture to the iconic Glamis Castle, with its magnificent architecture and captivating tales of Scottish royalty. Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experience the magic of Glen Clova. Whether you seek adventure, tranquillity, or cultural immersion, this Scottish gem has it all.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 20 guests.£370From price per night based on 7 night stay